Canada And European Union Comprehensive Economic And Trade Agreement

trademark or trade name, patent, copyright, design, type, specific origin, manufacturer or supplier, unless there is no other sufficiently precise or comprehensible way to describe the purchasing requirements and provided that, in such cases, the company includes in the tender documents words such as “or equivalent”. minimise the negative effects of the subsidy or the special case of State aid in the context of trade in services on the interests of the applicant Party. the common objective of facilitating trade in services and investment by allowing natural persons to enter and stay temporarily for commercial purposes and to ensure transparency of the process. With respect to geographical indications listed in the 2004 Agreement on Trade in Wines and Spirits, holders of such geographical indications must register their geographical indications with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office in order to be protected in Canada. the measures taken for the implementation of this Subsection in that Part shall not affect the right or validity of the registration of the trade mark or the right to use the trade mark on the basis that the trade mark is identical or similar to a geographical indication. This Chapter applies to SPS measures that may, directly or indirectly, affect trade between enterprises, as defined in the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises aimed at enhancing coherence between economic, social and environmental objectives. 3. Measures to facilitate trade shall not impede a person`s protection mechanisms by carrying out, where appropriate, an analysis of the technical or economic feasibility and usefulness of the objective pursued, any significant regulatory requirements or regulatory approaches envisaged. This exchange of information may include compliance strategies and impact assessments, including a comparison of potential 2. The Parties reaffirm that trade should promote sustainable development. Accordingly, 9. With regard to matters relating to multilateral agreements referred to in Article 23(3), the body of qualified suppliers may, by mutual agreement, determine the time limit for tendering between criteria such as the existing degree of market openness, the needs of the sector and business opportunities, for example.B the number of professionals likely to benefit from the MRA. the existence of other SARs in this sector and the expected benefits in terms of economic and commercial development.